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Bernard Muhlig

 (1829 - 1910)
Bernard Muhlig was active/lived in Germany.  Bernard Muhlig is known for painting.

Biography   Bernard Muhlig


Bernhard Mühlig (1829-1910) was a trained taxidermist and a self-taught painter.  In 1854 he took part in the first academic art exhibition in Dresden.  Mühling specialized in landscape painting, executed in generous stroke, for which he found the motifs in his home town Dresden and the surrounding area and in the Erzgebirge and Bohemia. He also paintedAlpine landscapes.

Bernhard Mühlig's paintings are held in various German museums, including the Municipal Museum in Zwickau, which has the most extensive collection of his works. (fea)


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